June 15, 2021

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Professor killed party official at Fudan University

BEIJING (AP) — A professor killed the Communist Party secretary at the school of mathematics at China’s prestigious Fudan University, police and school authorities said.

Police identified the suspect in custody as a 39-year-old professor whose surname is Jiang, saying he used a knife in committing the crime on the school campus in Shanghai.

The school said in a brief statement that Wang Yongzhen, 49, was killed on Monday afternoon and the department had established a working group to fully cooperate with the police investigation.

Police said in their statement that Jiang bore a grudge against Wang and has admitted

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Woman killed in DeSoto crash remembered for helping countless Dallas ISD students go to college

A Dallas high school community is devastated after a woman who has helped countless teens get on track to go to college lost her life in a car crash.

Dallas ISD colleagues and students are mourning the loss of a woman considered a mentor to many. She died Sunday after DeSoto police say

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College Student Killed on His Graduation Day in Minneapolis Mass Shooting

A college senior was killed in a mass shooting in Minneapolis on the day of his graduation.

Two people were killed and eight more were wounded in a shooting near the Monarch nightclub in downtown Minneapolis in the early hours of Saturday morning, police said.

Charlie Johnson was identified as one of the victims in the shooting, and had been due to graduate from the University of St. Thomas that day.

“Our community is shocked and saddened by the news of Charlie’s death,” UST President Julie Sullivan said in a statement. “We grieve with his family and friends and pray

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George Washington University professor killed in fire

“Paul’s contributions to the St. Francis Center remain an integral part of the Wendt Center today,” said Carolyn Stanek Lucy, director of development and communications for the nonprofit.

Though Tschudi had left more than a decade ago, Lucy said, staff members “are grieving the loss of one of our own.”

The fire at the detached wood-frame home in the 1500 block of Monroe Street NE, which Tschudi had lived in for nearly three decades, was first reported about 4:10 a.m. Wednesday.

A neighbor told a 911 operator that it appeared the kitchen was on fire.

Fire

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EmDrive: Is It Possible? | Scientists Just Killed the EmDrive

  • The “impossible” EmDrive has failed international testing in three new papers.
  • The idea was always far out, but that’s part of how science moves forward.
  • EmDrive works (or not) by pumping microwaves into an asymmetrical closed chamber.

    In major international tests, the physics-defying EmDrive has failed to produce the amount of thrust proponents were expecting. In fact, in one test at Germany’s Dresden University, it didn’t produce any thrust at all. Is this the end of the line for EmDrive?

    You think space is badass. So do we. Let’s nerd out over it together.

    The EmDrive, copyrighted by

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    Binghamton University shares statement on Atlanta shootings that killed 8

    VESTAL (WBNG) — Binghamton University released a statement early Thursday morning regarding the shootings in the Atlanta-area that left eight people, most of them of Asian descent, dead.

    In a joint statement, Binghamton Univeristy President Harvey Stenger and Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Karen Jones said:

    Yesterday’s news of the mass shootings of Asian Americans in the Atlanta area has again focused our attention on the alarming and appalling rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. These acts of violence against the Asian community are absolutely abhorrent have no place in

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